USDA to Identify Retail Stores That Received Recalled Meat

The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Friday that it will begin publicly disclosing the names of supermarkets and other retail outlets that have received recalled meat or poultry whenever the USDA announces a Class I recall.

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Friday that it will begin publicly disclosing the names of supermarkets and other retail outlets that have received recalled meat or poultry whenever the USDA announces a Class I recall. The change will take effect beginning in August, and will include only recalls that involve a “reasonable probability of serious health consequences or death for those with weakened immune systems,” according to the USDA announcement. “The identity of retai

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